Hello there!
 

USJI Event 4: Help or Hinder? The AIIB and Outlook for Asian Development

This event has passed
Sep
11
Friday, Sep 11 2015 from 10:30 am to 12:15 pm
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC 20004 (map)
Room: 6 floor, Auditorium, Wilson Center

Abstract 
   A China-led Infrastructure Investment Bank(AIIB) has attracted world-wide attention due to its potential enormous impact on global and regional political economy. This seminar will highlight the challenges/opportunities AIIB poses for the US, Japan, China and India in the field of development assistance by identifying different practices in terms of organizational structure, governances, and operational manners between AIIB and the existing financial institutions. It also aims to delineate how this move shall shape the broader economic and political orders in the Asia-Pacific region.

Moderator 
   Shihoko GotoSenior Associate for Northeast Asia, Asia Program, Wilson Center 


 

Speaker 
   Takashi TeradaOperating Advisor , USJI / Professor, Doshisha University 

   Zhiqun Zhu, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations, and Director of China Institute at Bucknell University 
   Meg LundsagerPublic Policy Fellow, Wilson Center 

   Sourabh Gupta,Senior Research Associate, Samuels International Associates

Our Mission Our mission is to produce practical research results based on a sound academic...

Speakers

Takashi Terada
Doshisha University
Professor of International Relations in the Faculty of Law
Zhiqun Zhu
Samuels International Associates
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations, and Director of China Institute
Meg Lundsager
Wilson Center
Public Policy Fellow
Sourabh Gupta
Samuels International Associates
Senior Research Associate
© 2019 Linktank Inc.